Burn and Rand theory

Burn and Rand the·o·ry

(bŭrn rand),
posits that stimulation of sympathetic fibers results first in the production of acetylcholine in the postganglionic nerve endings, which then release norepinephrine to act on the active site of the effector cell.

Burn,

J.H.,
Burn and Rand theory - that stimulation of sympathetic fibers results first in the production of acetylcholine in the postganglionic nerve endings, which then release norepinephrine to act on the active site of the effector cell.

Rand,

M.J., 20th century pharmacologist.
Burn and Rand theory - see under Burn, JH